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New NVA Materials

The National Vulvodynia Association is pleased to announce the release of its updated continuing education (CE/CME) program, Vulvodynia: A Common and Under-Recognized Pain Disorder in Women and Female Adolescents ― Integrating Current Knowledge into Clinical Practice. The program was created in collaboration with five vulvodynia experts, Drs. Jacob Bornstein, Andrew Goldstein, Ruby Nguyen, Colleen Stockdale, and Pamela Morrison Wiles, to promote prompt diagnosis and appropriate treatment for women with vulvodynia. It is CE/CME-accredited by Dannemiller, Inc. until March 31, 2018. This self-guided tutorial incorporates the latest research findings and covers all aspects of the condition, including prevalence, etiology, differential diagnosis and treatment options. It can be accessed free of charge at  http://www.nva.org/ce.

The National Vulvodynia Association also announces the publication of a revised version of their popular self-help guide for women with vulvodynia. The guide covers vulvodynia from both the gynecological and chronic pain perspectives, providing suggestions for self-care and advice from other affected women. Health care providers can order hard copies for their office at www.nva.org/for-health-professionals/order-patient-materials. Alternatively, paper copies can be ordered by contacting our administrator, Gigi Brecheen, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 301-949-5114.

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